Tuesday, July 21, 2015

Provo City Council Work Session - July 21, 2015

Agenda  (Times have been added to the ends of the individual agenda items to help you find them in the video.)
1:00 PM, Tuesday, July 21, 2015
  1. Prayer offered by Paul Duerden, Covey Center Manager, and update on Covey Center  (0:00:17)
  2. A discussion by the Municipal Council Budget Committee on an approach called Budgeting for Outcomes  (0:21:07)
  3. A report by Y2 Analytics on the results of the Recreation, Arts, and Parks (RAP) Tax Survey that was performed from July 15, 2015 - July 20, 2015  (1:32:06)
  4. Council Rules Policy Evaluation: Closed Meeting agenda prioritization  (2:01:24)
  5. A discussion on potential amendments to the development agreement for the Arbors on the Avenue Development located on University Avenue  (2:11:29)
  6. A discussion on the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) 5-Year Consolidated Plan (Fiscal Years 2015-2019) and the 1-Year Action Plan (Fiscal Year 2015)   (2:31:12)
  7. A discussion on reprogramming HOME Investment and Partnerships Program (HOME) funds from activities funded in previous fiscal years and flagged to miss the commitment deadline compliance date of July 31, 2015  (2:40:32)
  8. A discussion on an interlocal agreement with various municipalities and political subdivisions within the State of Utah and to authorize Provo City to become a member of the Jordan River-Farmington Bay Water Quality Council  (2:51:19)
  9. A discussion on a request for a zone change from the Residential Conservation (RC) zone to the Medium Density Residential (MDR) zone for approximately .34 acres located at 177 South 1000 West. Franklin Neighborhood. (14-0012R)  (3:21:07)

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